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As part of the Garden Club of Virginia’s week-long tour, come enjoy the historic city of Lynchburg featuring five private homes and gardens, dating from 1870 to 1950. The diverse architecture and history of each property is integrated with the current homeowners’ renovation and design. Notable garden features including a variety of porches, terraces, trellises, a folly and a potager are highlights of this driving and walking tour. Two of the featured properties are located in Lynchburg’s historic districts, while 3 are nearby, in the charming and gracious neighborhoods of Boonsboro. Plus select Lynchburg gardens will hold special events during the day, such as the Old City Cemetery Museums & Arboretum and the Anne Spence House & Garden.
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Summer is the perfect time to explore the Snowball and Ice Cream Trail in Visit Queen Anne’s! 🍦🍧🍨 …
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Cool off and get your sweet tooth fix at Rita’s Italian Ice in Stevensville. Choose from milkshakes, frozen custard and shaved ice; the perfect way to chill out #QueenAnnesCounty. 🍧 ow.ly/d6I430li6cb
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History and recreation come together to create the ideal destination for outdoor fun in southeastern Pennsylvania! Valley Forge National Historical Park has launched an initiative to raise awareness about the Park’s trails and outdoor recreation resources. The ’78 Mile Challenge encourages visitors to walk, hike, run, pedal, or paddle through the scenic 3,500-acre park, logging their miles along the way. The name and the 78 miles are a reminder of the Continental Army’s encampment at the site in 1777-78. www.valleyforge.org …
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Looking for some great #food finds? @DCRefined has some favorites in #Annapolis! bit.ly/2vIFM4F, Preserve, Sailor Oyster Bar, Bakers & Co., VIN 909 Winecafe, Wild Country Seafood …
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Quarterly meetings start at 10 a.m. and end at approximately 2 p.m. with a working lunch.